Ego, hunger, and aggression: the beginning of gestalt therapy, Volume 558

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Vintage Books, Oct 12, 1969 - Psychology - 273 pages
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The founder of the Gestalt theory explores the causes and treatment of aggression in an individual through a holistic-semantic approach

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User Review  - Дмитрий Кравченко - Goodreads

Well, this book has very high viscosity and hard to digest, very raw and unrefined. Some of the author statements are questionable while others quite interesting but almost all unproven, it appears ... Read full review

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User Review  - Barrett Dylan Brown - Goodreads

Refutes Freud a lot and cites W. Reich and Jung a lot too, good Psychologist.... Read full review

Contents

PART ONE HOLISM AND PSYCHOANALYSIS
11
DIFFERENTIAL THINKING
13
PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH
25
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